As of September 2019, JUUL Labs will no longer sell fruit and dessert-flavored nicotine pods in the United States. This means that you’ll only be able to find menthol, mint, tobacco, and Virginia Tobacco flavors amongst other more limited options. If you’re looking for a JUUL charger, your best bet is to buy one directly from the company or an authorized retailer.
JUUL chargers are simple devices used to charge the battery inside a JUUL device. The pack comes with a micro USB charging cable that can be plugged into any USB port to recharge your device. When not in use, it’s important to store your JUUL charger in a cool and dry place out of direct sunlight.
It’s also important to note that you should never use a phone charger or any other type of unapproved charger with your JUUL device as this could cause damage to the battery or overheat the pod system.
How to Charge a Juul
Assuming you have a Juul charging dock and brick adapter (both included in the box when you purchase a Juul), follow these steps to charge your device.
1) With your Juul turned off, insert it into the charging dock. The magnetic connectors should snap the Juul into place.
2) Plug the other end of the USB cable that came with your Juul charger into the power brick adapter. Then plug that into an available outlet. Both the LED light on the front of the charging dock and on your Juul will turn red, indicating that it is charging.
3) It typically takes about an hour to fully charge a dead battery. Once it’s done, both lights will turn green. At this point, you can remove your Juul from the dock – make sure to do so gently, as there are still delicate electronic components inside even though it’s encased in metal housing.
4) To check how much battery life is left while using your Juul, simply click on the button located near the mouthpiece 5 times rapidly; this will cause a white light to appear at either end of your device, corresponding to 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% depending on where exactly it appears.
Why Won’t My Juul Charge?
If your Juul won’t charge, there are a few things you can try. First, check the charging port for any debris or dirt that may be preventing a good connection. If it looks clean, try plugging the charger into a different outlet to see if that makes a difference. If your Juul still won’t charge after trying those things, then it’s likely that the battery is the issue. The good news is that batteries can be replaced, so you can continue using your Juul once you’ve gotten a new one.
There are two ways to replace the battery in your Juul. You can either buy a replacement battery from Juul or purchase an aftermarket option from another company. We recommend buying a replacement battery from Juul because you know it will work with your device and they offer great customer service should you have any issues. Aftermarket batteries may not be compatible with your Juul or they might not work as well, so we don’t recommend taking that risk.
To replace the battery in your Juul, start by removing the pod from the device (if there is one inserted). Next, unscrew the silver cap at the bottom of the unit – this exposes the battery. Using something small like a paperclip, press down on the metal tab inside of where the pod was located and pull outwards on this tab until the old battery pops out. Take careful note of which way the battery was facing before removing it so that you’ll know how to insert the new one later on. Withold
Juul Battery Life
JUULs have very good battery life. A fully charged JUUL can last for about 200 puffs, which is the equivalent of one pack of cigarettes. The JUUL will also notify you when the battery is running low, so you can always be sure to have a fresh charge.
How to Prolong the Life of Your Juul Battery
It’s no secret that the Juul is one of the most popular e-cigarettes on the market today. Given its sleek design and easy-to-use interface, it’s no wonder that people are clamoring to get their hands on one. But like any electronic device, the Juul has its own set of maintenance requirements – chief among them, making sure your battery lasts as long as possible. Here are a few tips to prolonging the life of your Juul battery:
1) Only use the charger that comes with your Juul – other chargers may not be compatible and could damage your battery. Similarly, don’t charge your Juul with anything other than an approved wall outlet or USB port; using devices like car chargers can also lead to battery problems.
2) Keep an eye on the indicator light – when it starts blinking red, that means your battery is running low and needs to be charged soon. Allowing your battery to run completely dry will shorten its lifespan significantly.
3) Store your Juul in a cool, dry place when not in use – heat and moisture are both major enemies of batteries, so avoid leaving your Juul in places like cars or bathrooms where they’re prevalent. If you must store it in a warmer environment (like a pocket), make sure to remove it from time to time so that it can cool down properly.
4) Avoid letting debris build up in the charging port – over time, lint and other particles can accumulate in the charging port and prevent proper contact between the charger and battery terminals. This will result in longer charge times and eventually cause permanent damage if left unchecked. Use a toothpick or cotton swab to clean out the charging port every few weeks or so (be careful not overcook).
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